Bonn: Psychiatrie-Verlag. The intention is to examine community-based initiatives designed to respond to the needs of women, children and young people who have been the victims of violence, exploitation or trafficking. Through the adoption of an advocacy approach the research project is designed to proactively promote the voices of service users in order to gain a clearer understanding of their needs, expectations and demands of victim support services.
A further element of the work is concerned with scoping existing initiatives in partner areas and using this information to identify patterns of provision, together with gaps in services and barriers to access for specific groups and individuals. Consideration will also be given to the effectiveness of multi-agency approaches. The project will seek to examine whether lessons can be learned from existing models of good practice and if these can be generalised to provide overarching principles for the development of more effective policy and practice.
A specific output from the project will be the production of case study materials that can be disseminated for inter-professional and inter-agency training purposes. It is intended that research outputs will be used to assist in developing the direction of future work. At the heart of the project is the intention to support Daphne III's aims to promote the 'positive treatment', 'well-being', equality and 'self-fulfilment' of those who are the victims of violence, exploitation and trafficking.
How to create safety for battered women? Conclusions from several decades of research and practice in Europe. Social Change Review, 9 1 , Findings from a European research project Daphne programme ]. Alice, 12 1 , Gunderson, Connie Lee A Comparative analysis of community focused initiatives aimed at supporting women, children and young people who have been the focus of violence. Klinische Sozialarbeit, 7 3 , Violence, exploitation and trafficking: Service user perspectives. Daphne Project III. Growing up with German and Israeli parents who lived through the disasters of the National Socialism — Explorations of identity issues Research on types of reminiscing as well as memories of victims of the Nazi Regime among German and Israeli citizens who survived National Socialism has increased in recent years.
However, some aspects of the impact the Nazi regime on sons or daughters of Germans and Israelis who lived through the era still remain to be explored. The purpose of the project is to contribute towards filling some gaps in the current state of the art. The intention is also to foster scientific collaboration and address some problems pertinent to both cultures and the field of social work.
We aim to explore subjects' experiences of growing up with German and Israeli parents who lived through the dramatic conditions under National Socialism. Specifically, we are interested in identifying attachment patterns, self-concepts, adopted values and indices of psychological well-being among our informants. Both in-depth interviews and self-report questionnaires will be utilized for data collection. This study is designed to be gender-specific and will seek to compare previously unstudied experiences of German and Israeli individuals whose parents lived through the genocidal dictatorship.
Eli Somer, Haifa University. Gahleitner, Silke Birgitta Ed. The generation s after the Holocaust: Israel and Germany exchanging experiences [special topic]. Klinische Sozialarbeit, 4 online issue. Paderborn: Junfermann. Klinische Sozialarbeit, 9 4 , Opladen: Budrich. Growing up with German and Israeli parents who lived through the disasters of the National Socialism: Explorations of identity issues. Research proposal. Transgenerationelle Weitergabe traumatischer Erfahrungen am Beispiel des Holocaust und Nationalsozialismus [Transgenerational transmission of traumatic experiences based on the example of the Holocaust and National Socialism].
Catamnesis survey — Therapeutic residential youth groups in Berlin This includes severe traumas, bonding disorders, personality disorders, neuroses, psychoses, eating disorders, self-inflicted injuries, addiction, social disorders etc. These adolescents are not only in need of educational help and social support by psychologists and therapists but are also legally entitled to receive this help. The major difference between usual flat-sharing communities for adolescents and therapeutic residential youth groups does not lie in a stay that is supported over a longer amount of time but a basically different quality of help.
Support includes a professionally applied understanding of clinical pictures, vulnerability, dynamics as well as the ability and scope of adolescents via the interdisciplinary support-team. This study should display the combination of approaches - concerning both quality and quantity - and half-structured interviews on the one hand, and quality-assuring surveys and test procedures on the other hand.
With this modus operandi one is able to have a wider look at the topic top-down and bottom-up. The triangulation of results offers the possibility to explain the results as good as possible, discuss ideas and approaches that are based on these results and develop new questions and answers. Arbeitskreis der Therapeutischen Jugendwohngruppen Berlin Ed. Therapeutisches Milieu als Angebot der Jugendhilfe. Konzepte und Arbeitsweisen therapeutischer Jugendwohngruppen in Berlin [Therapeutic environment as an offer of youth welfare].
Berlin: Verlag Allgemeine Jugendberatung. Konzepte und Arbeitsweisen therapeutischer Jugendwohngruppen in Berlin. Band 2: Beziehungsangebote, Diagnostik, Interventionen [Therapeutic environment as an offer of youth welfare. Volume 2: Relationship offers, diagnostics, interventions]. Band 3: Wirksamkeit und Perspektiven [The therapeutic environment as an offer of youth welfare. Volume 3: Effectiveness and perspectives]. Berlin: Verlag allgemeine jugendberatung.
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Part II]. Komplexe Anforderungsprofile: Ergebnisse aus einer Katamnesestudie Therapeutischer Jugendwohngruppen [Complex specification profiles: outcome of an Catamnesis survey of therapeutic residential youth groups]. Klinische Sozialarbeit, 5 4 , Was wirkt in Therapeutischen Jugendwohngruppen? Ergebnisse einer triangulativen Studie [What works in therapeutic adolescent residential groups? Results of a triangulative study].
Results of a study on residential youth welfare units. Today's Children Are Tomorrow's Parents, 35 1 , Katamnesestudie therapeutischer Jugendwohngruppen - Eine retrospektive Aktenanalyse zur Untersuchung von Einflussfaktoren auf den Erfolg [Follow-up study of therapeutic living groups for adolescents - Retrospective analysis of files to examine influential factors for their success]. Quality of life of tumour patients following surgery and reconstruction of the oro-mandibular region.
The contribution of the hospital clinical social work service to psycho-social care Co-operative project between the hospital clinical social work service of the unit for oro-mandibular and facial surgery of the Heidelberg University Hospital and the Alice Salomon University of Applied Sciences, Berlin. Severe impairments of the quality of life due to tumor diseases are omnipresent in oncology. Nevertheless clinical care often lacks a psychosocial approach of this problem as well as sufficient offers to accompany and support patients in their extremely changed all day life.
Pressures can be so profound that psychological comorbidities develop. This includes anxiety disorders, depressive reactions or posttraumatic stress disorders. In these cases patients usually turn to staff of the hospital's social work service. Quality assurance concerning psychosocial support and help for coping with mental illnesses is gaining increasing importance. Though especially in so-called "softer areas" like psychosocial care and coping-support, quality assurance is a more complex venture than in medical or pharmacological care. Hard, easy to operate criteria still are an exception to the rule.
Therefore one should involve examinations that are combined under aspects of approaches concerning both quality and quantity and half-structured interviews on the one hand and methods of testing concerning symptoms on the other hand. With this attempt one is able to gain a deeper and more detailed insight into the subject.
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